Love The Hunger Games? Perfect Readalikes for Dystopian Fans

Full disclosure here, I hated The Hunger Games. I try not to go on the bandwagon, especially regarding books. But I decided to try The Hunger Games, even when I had friends who raved about it. But I am one of the few who the series never appealed to. So since my experience reading The Hunger Games,Continue reading “Love The Hunger Games? Perfect Readalikes for Dystopian Fans”

Books to Read This Month: May Edition

If you are like me, you are making great headway in your reading challenge for the year. This lockdown may have most us stressful and anxious and reading is the last thing you can think of doing. But reading books can not only relax you but give you the necessary time away from all ofContinue reading “Books to Read This Month: May Edition”

Weekly Tea Discussion: Standalones vs. Series

I came up with this discussion topic with a question I was asked a few months back in a book tag. So I thought it would be a good topic to discuss here and it definitely is applicable, especially this year with the abundance of either sequels or the next book in a series being released.Continue reading “Weekly Tea Discussion: Standalones vs. Series”

Top Ten Tuesdays: Characters I Didn’t Click With

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and Bookish. Today’s post is: Ten Characters You Just Didn’t Click With” This took awhile since I had to differentiate between characters I disliked and characters I didn’t click with: 1 & 2. Rachel and Amy Watson from The Girl On The Train by PaulaContinue reading “Top Ten Tuesdays: Characters I Didn’t Click With”

A Teen Blogger’s Falling Out With YA Books

I came across this interesting Guardian article where a teen blogger for the site, Hawwa, explained that her interest in YA Books was starting to diminish due to the type of content that was being published out there. And, in my opinion, she made some good points. Here is some portions from the article: MyContinue reading “A Teen Blogger’s Falling Out With YA Books”